encryption

Call to Action: With FCC Vote Condemning Net Neutrality to Death, Congress Holds Last Remaining Hope

As we outlined in our most recent net neutrality piece, in spite of overwhelming public support for current net neutrality rules, and the considerable evidence of the grave harms that would result in their absence, the FCC under Chairman … Read more »

FBI Signals Imminent New Push to Fatally Compromise Encryption

According to a new article from Ars Technica, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has reaffirmed his support for the Department of Justice’s renewed push to compel tech companies to weaken the encryption they deploy in their commercially available devices, services, … Read more »

Call to Action: Urge Your Congressional Representatives to Uphold Net Neutrality and Protect Freedom on the Internet

Since the election, President Trump’s team of policymakers has been moving forward with plans to reverse FCC net neutrality policies implemented by President Obama, which would deal a critical blow to internet freedom. With its vote on May 18, 2017 Read more »

Judge Rules Against Police Broadly Collecting of Fingerprints to Unlock Devices

In an opinion issued last week, a federal magistrate judge in Chicago ruled that police are not allowed to indiscriminately collect fingerprints from all residents or occupants of a certain property for the purposes of unlocking encrypted mobile devices. Though … Read more »

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